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Austin Raceway Park

Austin Raceway Park was a 1.5-mile road course and drag strip in north Austin, TX. It closed in the early 1970s and seems destined to undergo housing development.

This page was contributed by Guy Watney, Kansas City Region SCCA.

New: 2005-09-05  Last Updated: 2007-06-06

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Track Facts

Elevation: 860 Latitude: 30.470203 Longitude: -97.683907 GPS: N 30 28.2121, W 97 41.0344 Time zone: CST/CDT (-0600/-0500)

Historical Note

Some of the track's financial problems are said to have been due to its location across a county line, with both counties determined to levy taxes on it. Also, local farmers were unhappy with the noise from the cars upsetting their cows. A memorable feature of the track was the converted oil-drilling derrick that served as the control tower.

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